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THE CONFEDERATE ENFIELD - NEW REVISED EDITION

THE CONFEDERATE ENFIELD - NEW REVISED EDITION

***NEWLY REVISED EDITION, JUST ARRIVED FROM THE PRINTER!***   Written by Capt. Steven W. Knott, USN (Ret).  Softcover, 54 pages. Contains minor corrections from the first edition, as well as a new… (ST501177). Learn More »

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

We have been lucky enough to acquire two of these scarce instruction sheets for Greene carbines. The carbine was breechloading and Greene’s innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained… (490-1889). Learn More »

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

Greene carbines are rare on the collector’s market. The carbine was breechloading and his innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained a US contract in the late 1850s for only two… (490-1888). Learn More »

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1863

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1863

Presented here is a classic Colt cap and ball revolver commonly referred to as the 1849 Pocket Model. This personal sidearm, in good original condition overall, features a 4” long, octagonal barrel… (286-517). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

These cleverly designed, forged iron musket tools were fabricated at Richmond. See Davies, “CS Armory Richmond,” for photographs of several examples. They combine a double-ended screwdriver blade… (1000-1194). Learn More »

MODEL 1808 FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY E. STILLMAN

MODEL 1808 FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY E. STILLMAN

This is an original Model 1808 musket, dated 1810, made by Ethan Stillman of Burlington, CT.  Musket is approximately a .71 caliber, single shot muzzleloader very in good condition. One of… (1037-115). Learn More »

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COMBINATION GUN TOOL FOR THE INDIAN WAR CONVERSION OF THE US MODEL 1855/61

COMBINATION GUN TOOL FOR THE INDIAN WAR CONVERSION OF THE US MODEL 1855/61

The postwar frontier army was armed with conversions and modifications of Civil War arms to metallic cartridge arms into the 1870s. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has… (1000-2422). Learn More »

.45-70 SHELL SCRAPER FOR RELOADING

.45-70 SHELL SCRAPER FOR RELOADING

The army realized that it might be necessary for troops to salvage, reprime and reload expended cartridges. Reloading kits were therefore constructed and supplied on a limited basis. This is a shell… (998-949). Learn More »

WHITNEY .31 CALIBER POCKET REVOLVER COMBINATION TOOL

WHITNEY .31 CALIBER POCKET REVOLVER COMBINATION TOOL

Whitney made about 32,500 5-shot pocket revolvers from the late 1850s into the early 1860s, taking advantage of the expiration of some of Colt’s patents. They were a convenient arm for person… (30-2140). Learn More »

LIGHT DRAGOON FLINTLOCK PISTOL

LIGHT DRAGOON FLINTLOCK PISTOL

Although similar in some ways to the Pattern 1756 land service pistol used by the light dragoons, this pistol seems to date be a version of the 1794/99 pattern light dragoon pistol with an India… (1037-90). Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE SPILLMAN CARTRIDGE FROM LYNCHBURG ORD. DEPOT

EXTREMELY RARE SPILLMAN CARTRIDGE FROM LYNCHBURG ORD. DEPOT

Offered here is a rare .58 caliber Spillman cartridge.  This Confederate cartridge was manufactured at the Lynchburg Ordnance Depot.  John Spillman of Warrenton received Confederate States patent… (490-1765). Learn More »

SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

The Sharps four-barrel pepperbox was manufactured in several models and in the tens of thousands from 1859 to 1874. The cleverly designed pistol fired rimfire cartridges loaded by sliding the… (G3893). Learn More »

BRITISH ORDNANCE PATTERN 1801 SEA SERVICE PISTOL

BRITISH ORDNANCE PATTERN 1801 SEA SERVICE PISTOL

A British ordnance made 1801 Pattern sea service pistol dating to the Napoleonic Wars and War of 1812. Pistols were short range and single shot, of course, but of immense use in boarding actions,… (1037-84). Learn More »

EXCELLENT EARLY WAR REGULATION ISSUE CAVALRY HOLSTER FOR THE COLT ARMY

EXCELLENT EARLY WAR REGULATION ISSUE CAVALRY HOLSTER FOR THE COLT ARMY

Worn on the right side of the saber belt with the butt of the pistol facing forward, this is the regulation issue holster for the cavalry .44 caliber Colt Army Revolver, the standard sidearm of the… (286-519). Learn More »

BREECH PLUG FOR M1816 MUSKET

BREECH PLUG FOR M1816 MUSKET

This is the barrel breech plug from a model 1816 musket.  Iron is in very good condition with an even brown patina.  Threads are good.  Tang is clearly stamped “1829”. A nice piece for an early… (M26138). Learn More »

WINCHESTER-LEE 1882-85 MAGAZINE

WINCHESTER-LEE 1882-85 MAGAZINE

The U.S. Army ordered some 700 of the Lee 1882 and the Navy about 1,500 of the 1885, both chambered for the government .45-70. The rifle was popular, however, and the company sold thousands in other… (1037-188). Learn More »

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

The Lee “straight-pull” rifle was adopted by the US Navy and US Marine Corps starting in 1895 to keep up with the trend of smaller caliber, high velocity cartridges using smokeless powder. The… (1037-172). Learn More »

SCARCE 1832 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S FLASK BY DINGEE

SCARCE 1832 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S FLASK BY DINGEE

Just two thousand of these flasks were contracted for by James Baker of Philadelphia in 1825 and delivered by 1827. They were for use with military rifles, particularly the common rifle of 1817,… (1000-707). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD – SIDE CAST

.58 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD – SIDE CAST

Brass scissor-type mold to cast a lead Enfield pattern bullet.  Single cavity mold with front-side spout. The number “24” is stamped on the right side of the mold block. This represents .58… (1000-1401). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Sharps received only a very small US military contract for the M1853 Slant Breech Carbine, with some 250 guns being contracted for. These guns saw service with the 1st and 2nd US Dragoons on the… (490-1769). Learn More »


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